If you’re short on time but want to maximise your fun whilst avoiding those long drives, then flying is the way to go! With four hot cities wrapped into one tour and comfy hotels to sleep in each night, these are two weeks you don’t want to miss. Start in the ‘City of Angels’ and see Hollywood and the Walk of Fame.Fly north to San Francisco, famous for its cable cars and the Golden Gate Bridge, before partying with the high rollers in Vegas. After all the West Coast action, more excitement awaits in the bustle of the ‘Big Apple’, where the tour ends in style.
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American icons, such as the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and Times Square, are just a few of the attractions to see in New York City, America's most populous and most popular city. Also known as the "Big Apple," New York City is a favorite destination for both domestic and international visitors.
The lure of Hollywood, international celebrities, and the mild breezes from the Pacific Ocean make Los Angeles one an obvious addition to the list of top U.S. tourist destinations. Visit our guide to Los Angeles to learn more about L.A.'s famous beaches, such as Malibu or Santa Monica, shopping on Rodeo Drive, touring Beverly Hills, and more.
Chicago has long been called the "Second City," coming in second to New York City in both size and population. A beacon in the Midwest, Chicago is actually third in population these days but it has a skyline, restaurants, shopping, museums, and activities to easily rival NYC and L.A.
The United States' capital city, Washington, DC, has miles of museums and monuments – almost all of which are free – thereby making it one of the most visited cities in the United States, especially for families and school groups.